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    Hand Knotted “Ceramic” Rug 170, Florian Pretet and Lisa Mukhia Pretet


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    SKU: Rug-Équilibre-Pretet-1 Category:

    Additional information

    Weight 31 kg
    Dimensions 240 × 240 × 170 cm


    Dimensions (CM)

    240 x 170 cm

    Dimensions (Inches)

    94.4 x 66.9 in




    Limited Edition

    Lead time

    14-15 Weeks

    Additional Information

    Made to order creations can be done: please contact us for any request.

    Materials: 90% wool, 10% silk, Upholstery, Wool
    100 knots/sq in
    Variations of color available. Please contact us.

    Evocative of one of the most ancient greek ceramics, the Francois vase, initially discovered in pieces then eagerly put back together (so it could tell its story). Its irregularity and ostensibly mended areas – resonant with the Japanese Kintsugi practice – mirror the beauty in its rawest, most vulnerable state.

    Atelier Février designs and creates luxury, timeless, statement rugs. They don’t aim to follow any trend but to be the reflection of a genuine everyday life’s inspiration. The signature patterns are richly detailed, highlighted by a one-of-kind color palette and original cut-outs. The designs are the result of a thorough manual process for a natural finish. First being hand-drawn on paper, then scaled-up and hand knotted by expert weavers, the steps involves the combined workforce of around 50 people. Each rug is therefore unique due to its handmade nature.
    The rugs are made of premium wool from Tibet – known to have a high content of lanolin that protects the rug over time and ages beautifully – and the finest silk from China for added lustre and durability, ensuring the rugs being suitable for personal and public spaces. The average turnaround is minimum of 14 weeks.Fair trade standards and eco-friendly work methods are at the core of Atelier Fe´vrier’s approach. Atelier Février is committed to using 100% natural fibers and dyes, creating ethical work opportunities for those in Nepal and Tibet and promoting traditional Asian craftsmanship.